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I have a KA2 with a misfire, the plugs and coil pack have been changed but its still happening, what can i do now

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Pull the plug for the injector. Use an ohm/volt meter to check the ohm's of the injector, should be about 12.5, but 11 to 15 is in range. Also check the plug, should have 12 volts on one wire with the key on. Let me know. Randy

Posted on May 20, 2011

  • angelm_173 May 22, 2011

    Hi Randy thank you, got the ht leads changed too and the problem is now fixed.

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    Doug Mar 17, 2014

    I have a simular issue, can I ask. How was your injector, now the HT leads you had changed...what leads were you meaning, the leads to the injector plug?

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